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Major change in the music industry
2011-02-19, 08:13
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RE: Major change in the music industry
(2011-02-18 22:25)billzab Wrote:  
(2011-02-17 13:59)ChrisJ123 Wrote:  Indeed, if I already have the album in CD or vinyl format, it is easier to download it than to rip it.


Agree 100% Chris. If I fancy a new CD, I order it from Amazon, then go online and download a Flac Torrent. I then have the album in around 30mins, safe in the knowledge it is bought and paid for and everything is above board. Beats going to the shops, coming home, ripping it, tagging it and transfering it to the NAS.

Cheers, Bill.

Hi Bill. Doing this, how can you be sure of the quality of the torrent? Do you know torrent sites that guarantee torrent quality?

The whole point is the darn music industry (I'm referring to rock and pop hear) should be providing means for us to purchase redbook quality (and above) tracks direct online. Just like we do with Linn records Smile


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